There’s a fabulous career out there to suit everyone, it’s just a matter of finding the right one! In this new World Science Festival Brisbane event, three incredible researchers from Queensland University of Technology, Griffith University and University of Queensland will fuel your search with insightful and personal accounts of how, where and why their STEM career journey unfolded. Find out what it’s really like to work in their scientific field, warts and all, and why they would not be doing anything else in the world.
Lee Constable is a TV presenter, author and science communicator. She is the host of Scope, Network 10’s science show for kids, and the author of How to Save the...View Profile
Dr Heather Smyth is a flavour and sensory scientist who has been working with premium food and beverage products for over fifteen years. Current projects involve specialty coffee, beer, wine,...View Profile
Susan Bengtson Nash found her passion for environmental toxicology as an honours student investigating the relationship between chemicals and reproduction in Danish harbour porpoise. After completing her PhD at The...View Profile
Dr Laura Navone is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at QUT. Her work focuses on the areas of synthetic biology and industrial biotechnology. Laura specialises in enzyme development for industrial applications...View Profile
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